Marcie L. Setlow

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Marcie Setlow began her journalism career at the Sentinel at James Hillhouse High School in New Haven, Conn. Throughout her career, she has been known for writing great memos, proposals, presentations and sales letters. She is now publisher of The Berkshire Edge.

Articles by Marcie L. Setlow

Welcome to Real Estate Friday!

Friday, 7 Jul 2017 - Several new stories this week for your reading pleasure in The Edge Real Estate section: Property of the Week – We highlight a handsome c. 1938 Shingle Style Home in Sheffield, Mass., lovingly restored on 13 +/- exceptionally beautiful acres within walking distance of town. “Transformations” – This week, designer Erica Fay from Great Barrington […]

New Real Estate Section in The Berkshire Edge

Friday, 30 Jun 2017 - Today, The Berkshire Edge launches a new Real Estate Section.  This section will combine engaging, original content with new advertising opportunities.  Who doesn’t like to read about real estate?  We expect this section to grow over time, but today we are launching with this lively line-up of regular features: Property of the Week – A […]

BerkChique! is back!

Saturday, 1 Apr 2017 - Popular Fashion Fundraiser returns April 7-9 with new leadership and, location, but same great fashion finds.

Thousands march for 4 Freedoms in Pittsfield, protesting ascendance of bigotry, hatred

Sunday, 8 Jan 2017 - “I am originally from Mexico, but I am not a rapist or a murderer or a thief. I am basically just a nice person. The American Dream can become the American Nightmare in times of intolerance when immigrants and naturalized citizens are made to feel afraid.” -- Eleanor Velez, Director of the Berkshire Community College Multicultural Center

Guilt-free shopping at Catwalk

Sunday, 26 Jun 2016 - Catwalk grossed more than $110,000, all of which, minus minimal expenses, went to Berkshire Humane Society for the care and feeding of dogs and cats in Berkshire County.

Heirloom meals: You are what you’ve eaten

Friday, 18 Dec 2015 - The Heirloom Meals Recipe Project to help you gather together your own family food memories and to preserve them as a tangible legacy for future generations.

George T. Smith honored as Business Person of the Year

Thursday, 10 Sep 2015 - "There are 2.5 million people named Smith in the United States but, for a guy with a pretty common name, there is only one George T. Smith who has done so much for our community.” -- Richard Cantele Jr., president and CEO of Salisbury Bankcorp